Discussion in 'Whipple Superchargers' started by [email protected]DM, Jan 24, 2014.
We have dont testing on another Raptor using the Mono blade vs. Dual 65mm FRPP TB vs. Stock GT500 throttle body that comes in the kit. The Dual 65 gains about 15-20 RWHP through out the power band over the GT500 throttle body and the Mono blade was about 20-25 RWHP through out the power band over the GT500 stock TB. The throttle response is the best feeling, its snappy and responsive along with a good tune to dial it in and your golden!
can you confirm that you tune is engine safe and provide reliability and state emission legal ?
So with ethanol you'd get another what for hp
Nice truck. I'm so full of want...
Yes, considering we have had this package out for over a year with ZERO issues or failures.
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The local fuel is 10% ethanol and actually isn't really a horsepower inhibitor. It's more likely to run leaner and requires more fuel and less timing via the tune to keep the engine safe.
If I have the stock throttle body that comes with the whipple, would I need a retune if I go with the Cobra jet mono blade?
I believe the 172mm mono blade would be too much for a stock 6.2, you would need a real small pulley,
smaller than the 3.250 and your boost would be above 11 or 12 which is really not a safe area for a stock 6.2
The stock Whipple TB is twin 60mm (total 120mm), you can go to the twin 65mm or possibly Whipple's twin 68mm without a retune.
But please call Whipple and talk to Jeff in the Tuning department.
But it looks so cool!
These guys used it on this truck, but I guess they did headers too.
I'm thinking about doing headers, not sure.
LOL, I hear you.
I have "the want more bug" too.
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